The drinks company is teaming up with a Bedouin town to provide asylum to Syrian refugees.
The instantly iconic photograph of a drowned 3-year-old refugee arrives at a time of soul-searching in the photojournalism world.
They need peacekeepers to protect safe havens, more aid and an end to the Syrian civil war.
Zied, Mohammad and Uosama Alabed Almohsen received a personal invitation to a game from Real Madrid's president.
Kerry said the United States wanted to find "a diplomatic way forward."
Hundreds are sleeping on a highway without food, bathrooms or running water
The head of the International Rescue Committee visited refugees on the Greek island of Lesbos this week.
There's an important distinction between the two groups, the U.N. says.
Displaced Syrians recognize that hospitality for them in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey has maxed out.
Gulf governments are reluctant to give permanent residency to anyone beyond a small pool of citizens.
Some congressional Republicans have said allowing in Syrian refugees would constitute a pipeline for terrorists.
Thousands of Europeans decide to play a part in the greatest refugee crisis since World War II.
18,000 refugees arrived in Germany over the weekend.
"Say it loud, say it clear, refugees are welcome here."
A U.N. refugee agency spokeswoman said Britain would take in 4,000 Syrian refugees.
A viral Icelandic Facebook group has inspired Americans to help Syrian refugees.
Driven by history and economic necessity, she has shown compassion, crucial leadership.
"It was just such a horrible situation in Hungary."
The experience for many refugees in Hungary was unwelcome and hostile.
O'Malley called on the U.S. to answer the International Rescue Committee's plea to accept 65,000 refugees.
Syrian-Kurdish community lays family to rest in silence in short ceremony.
Europe is being tested like never before, according to the former Jewish leader.
Photos of Aylan Kurdi on a Turkish beach have captured the world's attention.
Refugees will come from camps near Syria, not from Europe.
Abdul Haleem al-Kader was selling pens on Beirut's streets when a crowdfunding campaign raised more than $128,000 for his family.